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the careful guarding of an asset

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an occurrence of improvement by virtue of preventing loss or injury or other change

the preservation and careful management of the environment and of natural resources

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Of the 12 patients who had initial breast conservation therapy (either ROLL or WLE), 10 required further surgery for close or involved margins.
Oncoplastic lumpectomy allows more women with larger tumors to undergo breast conservation with better cosmetic results.
Botnick noted, The quality care metrics of rate of breast conservation and the receipt of radiation therapy after BCS were very high in our community setting.
Along with chemotherapy, Lalnunsangi underwent breast conservation surgery in the form of Lumpectomy and Sentinel Node biopsy.
Used in conjunction in the operating room with the Mozart[R] System with TomoSpec[R] Technology, the only patented 3D imaging system for specimen radiography, the Gamma-Pro[TM] System is part of the ongoing commitment of Kubtec[R] to improve both oncological outcomes and breast conservation for women with breast cancer.
3] Management is similar to invasive breast cancer and consists of mastectomy, axillary clearance, breast conservation, chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
These unique features have enabled reduced dose to normal tissues, shorter courses of radiation treatment, and the preservation of breast contours during breast conservation therapy.
8) Surgical treatment and axillary staging parallel those of IDC with the use of breast conservation therapy, and this is appropriate for a select group of patients.
The gold-standard treatment for women with early-stage breast cancer is breast conservation surgery (BCS) rather than mastectomy, but the number of women choosing mastectomy is increasing.
The classification of DCIS is important in that the characteristics and tissue grades of the lesion seem to be a predictor for patients who are more likely to have a recurrence of breast cancer following breast conservation treatment techniques.
But a ten-year research project by researchers from Duke University in North Carolina has found that a less radical form of treatment - breast conservation surgery - is more effective, the Daily Mail reported.
There will be a live interactive operative workshop on breast conservation surgery and MRM with breast reconstruction on Saturday, 19th January 2012.
Breast conservation is not possible due to rapid local infiltration so recommendation is modified radical mastectomy with adjuvant radiotherapy and chemotherapy9.
Instead surgery involves breast conservation treatment, where a large part is removed but is replaced with tissue from another area of the body, or an implant.
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